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If you could bring back to life ONE musician that died before their 35th birthday, who would you choose?

 
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If you could bring back to life ONE musician that died before their 35th birthday, who would you choose?
My choice, hands down would be this man:

He died the day that this song was released:
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I miss Shannon Hoon... Most people I know didn't care for Blind Melon but I thought he had the talent to take that band far and beyond...
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Joseah Rachman Obediah, 4th centuryBC lute player.

A man way ahead of his time.
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3 days from now, I will be the age he was when he died.

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A line from this song was my senior quote in my high school yearbook:

Can you guess which line it is?
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Re: If you could bring back to life ONE musician that died before their 35th birthday, who would you choose?
Cobain, of course.
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Cliff Burton.

Without a doubt my fav band would still be kicking out massive music instead of the drivel they do now.



(edit real song, not live)

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Jimi hendrix..burnit
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Jeff Buckley...........................

Maybe.

Maybe.
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bradley nowell
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Jimmie Spheeris
He was 35 when a van with a drunk driver hit him and killed him while he was riding his motorcycle in Santa Monica.

Listen to his music.

His songs are incredible.
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Cobain, of course.
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I'd like to have Cobain back too. Every time I listen to "Come as You Are" I seem to feel a bit of the anguish he was living in.
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bradley nowell
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A lot of people miss this guy. I just never cared for Sublime. He was talented.. no doubt.. Just never cared for his band.
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2 of my best friends gave me a 3-disc set of his greatest hits for my 17th birthday. This is one of my fave's:
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bradley nowell
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Too bad he couldn't kick the horse...I LOVE SUBLIME!
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Re: If you could bring back to life ONE musician that died before their 35th birthday, who would you choose?
Cliff Burton.

Without a doubt my fav band would still be kicking out massive music instead of the drivel they do now.


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They still were kicking a lot of ass for the years after Burton's death... (arguably less from the Black album - S&M, depending on how you view the music.) Metallica's ultimate death came when Jason Newstead left... Burton was fantastic... Jason was an awesome replacement.... and this new dude, while a good bassist, just doesn't seem to fit... and the music since this new guy joined has been garbage.
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Jimi Hendrix of course
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Omgha the bone on rock beating throat chanter from the African savannah, roughly 120,000 years ago

Wouldn't he have some interesting tales to tell!
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For those youngsters among us, this here's a man's man!
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Just found out that his body was buried not 50 miles from where I live.
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no Croce fans up tonight?wtf the dude was a LEGEND! I can't imagine what else he could have graced this world with had he remained with us.
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Re: If you could bring back to life ONE musician that died before their 35th birthday, who would you choose?
Cliff Burton.

Without a doubt my fav band would still be kicking out massive music instead of the drivel they do now.


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They still were kicking a lot of ass for the years after Burton's death... (arguably less from the Black album - S&M, depending on how you view the music.) Metallica's ultimate death came when Jason Newstead left... Burton was fantastic... Jason was an awesome replacement.... and this new dude, while a good bassist, just doesn't seem to fit... and the music since this new guy joined has been garbage.
 Quoting: Roentgen®


So true.. Trujillo is not 'tallica stuff imo.

(I changed the video in my post too, to the real song).

I just could never get into 'much' after justice.. it seemed to go downhill, fast.

Sad really, I grew up on old metallica. and I was one of the people who raged loudly on usenet at the time lol

I met Jason in melbourne in 1986, (or 88 - god either way long ago) he was actually the only one who stopped to talk to me, Lars just joked I was wet (from the water being spreayed on us) and James shook my hand and meandered on. Kirk signed my jacket, but didn't say much... Jason was the only only one to seem genuinely happy so meet a fan.

So I give him credit for being a top bloke, and trying... but I think after Cliff died, they all lost their direction.

He was the maniac.

The hippy pot smoking bass player with a flair for hair.

;)

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Re: If you could bring back to life ONE musician that died before their 35th birthday, who would you choose?
Cliff Burton.

Without a doubt my fav band would still be kicking out massive music instead of the drivel they do now.


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They still were kicking a lot of ass for the years after Burton's death... (arguably less from the Black album - S&M, depending on how you view the music.) Metallica's ultimate death came when Jason Newstead left... Burton was fantastic... Jason was an awesome replacement.... and this new dude, while a good bassist, just doesn't seem to fit... and the music since this new guy joined has been garbage.
 Quoting: Roentgen®


So true.. Trujillo is not 'tallica stuff imo.

(I changed the video in my post too, to the real song).

I just could never get into 'much' after justice.. it seemed to go downhill, fast.

Sad really, I grew up on old metallica. and I was one of the people who raged loudly on usenet at the time lol

I met Jason in melbourne in 1986, he was actually the only one who stopped to talk to me, Lars just joked I was wet (from the water being spreayed on us) and James shook my hand and meandered on. Kirk signed my jacket, but didn't say much... Jason was the only only one to seem genuinely happy so meet a fan.

So I give him credit for being a top bloke, and trying... but I think after Cliff died, they all lost their direction.

He was the maniac.

The hippy pot smoking bass player with a flair for hair.

;)
 Quoting: bloodcircle


not a big Metallica fan, but he was certainly skilled. How'd he die?
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Pshh, everyone's a critic. Don't worry Omgha! I still believe in your musical prowess!
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Re: If you could bring back to life ONE musician that died before their 35th birthday, who would you choose?
Cliff Burton.

Without a doubt my fav band would still be kicking out massive music instead of the drivel they do now.


 Quoting: bloodcircle


They still were kicking a lot of ass for the years after Burton's death... (arguably less from the Black album - S&M, depending on how you view the music.) Metallica's ultimate death came when Jason Newstead left... Burton was fantastic... Jason was an awesome replacement.... and this new dude, while a good bassist, just doesn't seem to fit... and the music since this new guy joined has been garbage.
 Quoting: Roentgen®


So true.. Trujillo is not 'tallica stuff imo.

(I changed the video in my post too, to the real song).

I just could never get into 'much' after justice.. it seemed to go downhill, fast.

Sad really, I grew up on old metallica. and I was one of the people who raged loudly on usenet at the time lol

I met Jason in melbourne in 1986, he was actually the only one who stopped to talk to me, Lars just joked I was wet (from the water being spreayed on us) and James shook my hand and meandered on. Kirk signed my jacket, but didn't say much... Jason was the only only one to seem genuinely happy so meet a fan.

So I give him credit for being a top bloke, and trying... but I think after Cliff died, they all lost their direction.

He was the maniac.

The hippy pot smoking bass player with a flair for hair.

;)
 Quoting: bloodcircle


not a big Metallica fan, but he was certainly skilled. How'd he die?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6465869


Touring in Sweden, the Metallica bus hit a patch of ice and ended up on its side on the road. James, Kirk, and Lars got out unscathed but Cliff was crushed under the bus.
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one of the best statements against churchianity/zionism

Very thought-provoking.

"You walk the streets of righteousness, but you refuse to understand..."
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They still were kicking a lot of ass for the years after Burton's death... (arguably less from the Black album - S&M, depending on how you view the music.) Metallica's ultimate death came when Jason Newstead left... Burton was fantastic... Jason was an awesome replacement.... and this new dude, while a good bassist, just doesn't seem to fit... and the music since this new guy joined has been garbage.
 Quoting: Roentgen®


So true.. Trujillo is not 'tallica stuff imo.

(I changed the video in my post too, to the real song).

I just could never get into 'much' after justice.. it seemed to go downhill, fast.

Sad really, I grew up on old metallica. and I was one of the people who raged loudly on usenet at the time lol

I met Jason in melbourne in 1986, he was actually the only one who stopped to talk to me, Lars just joked I was wet (from the water being spreayed on us) and James shook my hand and meandered on. Kirk signed my jacket, but didn't say much... Jason was the only only one to seem genuinely happy so meet a fan.

So I give him credit for being a top bloke, and trying... but I think after Cliff died, they all lost their direction.

He was the maniac.

The hippy pot smoking bass player with a flair for hair.

;)
 Quoting: bloodcircle


not a big Metallica fan, but he was certainly skilled. How'd he die?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6465869


Touring in Sweden, the Metallica bus hit a patch of ice and ended up on its side on the road. James, Kirk, and Lars got out unscathed but Cliff was crushed under the bus.
 Quoting: Roentgen®


wow...brutal
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not a big Metallica fan, but he was certainly skilled. How'd he die?
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Sadly, the bus the band were touring on, had an accident and toppled over, crushing him...

for his worth, he deserved a true death, but was killed by a slack driver.. :/

Died in a bus accident.


"Death
During the European leg of the Damage Inc. tour in support of Master of Puppets, the band complained that the sleeping cubicles on their tour bus were unsatisfactory and uncomfortable. To decide who received pick of the bunks, Kirk Hammett and Burton drew cards.[13] On the evening of September 26, 1986, Burton won the game with an Ace of Spades, thereby getting the first choice of bunk and pointed at Hammett and exclaimed "I want your bunk!" Hammett replied "Fine, take my bunk, I'll sleep up front, it's probably better up there anyway". Burton was sleeping shortly before 7 am on September 27 when, according to the driver, the bus skidded off the road (the E4, 2 miles north of Ljungby),[14] and flipped onto the grass in Ljungby Municipality, near Dörarp in rural southern Sweden.[15] Burton was thrown through the window of the bus, which fell on top of him. They tried to save him and managed to lift the bus up a little, but before they could retrieve him, the weight of the bus became too much and the bus slipped off the crane and landed on the ground again."
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Touring in Sweden, the Metallica bus hit a patch of ice and ended up on its side on the road. James, Kirk, and Lars got out unscathed but Cliff was crushed under the bus.
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;) beaten to it I see :)
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You know... someone no one has mentioned here but who I "LOVE" and consider to be a HUGE influence to rock music is Buddy Holly.

Man.. I wonder where his career would have gone had he not been lost in that plane crash...

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